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Aitaki, Georgia
2019. Laughing with / at the national self: Greek television satire and the politics of self-disparagement. Social Semiotics 29:1  pp. 68 ff. DOI logo
Al-Ali, Mohammed Nahar & Badra Hadj Djelloul
2023. The role of multimodality and intertextuality in accentuating humor in Algerian Hirak’s posters. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) DOI logo
Bartłomiejczyk, Magdalena
2024. Can you amuse the audience through an interpreter?. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 36:1  pp. 26 ff. DOI logo
Bülow, Lars & Michael Johann
2023. Effects and perception of multimodal recontextualization in political Internet memes. Evidence from two online experiments in Austria. Frontiers in Communication 7 DOI logo
Chaves, Thomas David F.
2022. Chapter 2. Mockery and poetic satire. In Humour in Self-Translation [Topics in Humor Research, 11],  pp. 15 ff. DOI logo
Dynel, Marta & Fabio Indìo Massimo Poppi
2021. Caveat emptor: boycott through digital humour on the wave of the 2019 Hong Kong protests. Information, Communication & Society 24:15  pp. 2323 ff. DOI logo
Ferré-Pavia, Carme, Marçal Sintes & Catalina Gayà
2016. The perceived effects of televised political satire among viewers and the communication directors of political parties: A European case. European Journal of Cultural Studies 19:4  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
Georgalidou, Marianthi
2024. Humorous Genres and Modes in Greek Political Discourse. In Political Humor Worldwide [The Language of Politics, ],  pp. 49 ff. DOI logo
Hesse, Isabelle
2018. Humouring the conflict: Israel and Palestine in twenty-first century British and German travel writing. Studies in Travel Writing 22:2  pp. 199 ff. DOI logo
Hirsch, Galia & Pnina Shukrun-Nagar
2023. Flirting with the Israeli Prime Minister, humorously . The European Journal of Humour Research 11:2  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
Khaylina, Anastasia & M. Belén Alvarado Ortega
2023. Propuesta de etiquetaje pragmático para un corpus conversacional en español. Círculo de Lingüística Aplicada a la Comunicación 96  pp. 19 ff. DOI logo
Mohammed, Shaheed Nick
2014. “It-Getting” in the Colbert Nation Online Forum. Mass Communication and Society 17:2  pp. 173 ff. DOI logo
Movchan, Diana, Iryna Ushchapovska & Alina Savchuk
2023. Cartoons in the Genre Spectrum of Political Discourse. Fìlologìčnì traktati 15:2  pp. 101 ff. DOI logo
Muhammed Ali, Nassif
2015. Changing sides, changing lines – politics of cartooning: Enver Ahmed,DawnandHindustan Times. South Asian Popular Culture 13:3  pp. 217 ff. DOI logo
Russell, Constance, Patrick Chandler & Justin Dillon
2023. Editorial: humour and environmental education. Environmental Education Research 29:4  pp. 491 ff. DOI logo
Semotiuk, Orest
2023. Superhero contra butcher: Zelensky and Putin in political cartoons on Russian aggression. Visual Communication DOI logo
Semotiuk, Orest & Viktoriya Shevchenko
2023. Making fun of power. The European Journal of Humour Research 10:4  pp. 82 ff. DOI logo
Shukrun-Nagar, Pnina & Galia Hirsch
2023. What kind of laughter?. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) DOI logo
Tesnohlidkova, Olivera
2021. Humor and satire in politics: Introducing cultural sociology to the field. Sociology Compass 15:1 DOI logo
Tsakona, Villy
2021. The humorous rewriting of Orwell’s '1984'. The European Journal of Humour Research 9:4  pp. 58 ff. DOI logo
Tsakona, Villy
2022. “The doctor said I suffer from Vitamin € deficiency”. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)  pp. 287 ff. DOI logo

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